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마지막 검토일: 30-Aug-2016
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How do I change my display resolution?

Follow these steps to change the display resolution:

  1. Right-click the Desktop (or press Ctrl Alt F12) and select Graphics properties.
    1. If you are using Windows 8 or 8.1, you need to be in Desktop mode before you can right-click the Desktop.
    2. For Windows 8 or 8.1, select Display from the options presented.
  2. When the Intel® Graphics Control Panel displays, go to the Resolution section. Click the drop down and select a resolution size from the list that displays.
  3. Click Apply. You are prompted with this question, "Do you want to keep these settings?" Once you have the resolution you want, clickOk or Yes, to answer the question.
NoteFor older versions of Intel® Graphics Drivers, you will see Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator. Click Display Settings to see Screen Resolution section. The rest of the steps are the same for all graphics drivers.
What is the maximum resolution Intel graphics can support?

The maximum amount depends on many factors, such as chipset, monitor capabilities, and manufacturer configurations. Check with your computer and display manufacturers to find out what the maximum resolution is for both the computer and display.

If you are using multiple displays in clone or duplicate mode, you can only select a resolution that all displays support.

I cannot select a larger resolution or the native resolution for my display. How do I fix this issue?

The resolutions that are selectable on your computer are dependent on both the computer configuration, and resolutions supported by the monitor or display. Try the following suggestions to resolve your issue.

  • Install the latest Intel® Graphics Driver
  • Install the latest .INF file for your monitor
    Check with your monitor manufacturer on availability of an updated .INF file or monitor driver.
  • Install the latest system BIOS for your computer
    Check with your computer manufacturer for the latest system BIOS and video BIOS with added support for the larger display mode. Or, check for instructions on how to update the system BIOS on your computer. Video BIOS can only be updated through a system BIOS update.
  • Check your video cable connector
    Your external display and your computer must have one of the following connector types: DVI, HDMI, VGA, or DisplayPort*. Extended display identification information (EDID) information is not passed through other connector types such as S-video, composite, RCA, component, or YPbPr.
  • Check the supported resolution of your display if you are connected using VGA
    Some of these displays only support lower resolutions (such as 1024x768) when connected using analog VGA. Check the user guide or user manual for the maximum resolution supported for each display connector. Some documentation lists the VGA connector as a D-sub input. Displays (especially TVs or HDTVs) can only support their large native resolution using a digital DVI, HDMI, or DisplayPort* connector.
  • Switch to Extended Desktop mode if set to Clone mode
    In Clone mode, the resolution defaults to the highest resolution supported by both displays. To set a separate resolution for each display, select Extended Desktop mode:
    • Right-click on the Desktop and select Graphics Properties. Click Display, select Multiple Displays. Select Extended Desktop mode and click apply. You can now select the largest resolutions for each monitor.
  • Windows XP users, verify that your monitor supports the resolution you want, and deselect this Windows setting: Hide modes that this monitor cannot display.
    Deselecting this setting allows the display mode or resolution to be selectable if supported by the monitor. This setting cannot be selected in Windows 7 or 8.
Caution
Deselecting the setting “Hide modes that this monitor cannot display”? and then selecting a display mode your monitor is unable to process, can cause damage. Intel is not responsible for damage resulting from use of this setting. Verify with the monitor manufacturer that the monitor can support the display mode you want. Check with your computer manufacturer regarding the use of this setting. Some computer manufacturers do not support deselecting this setting.
    • To change this setting, click Start, Control Panel, double-click Display, click Settings tab, Advanced button, and Monitor tab.
    • If the display mode or resolution is still not selectable, click Start, Control Panel, Display, Settings, Advanced, Adapter, and List all modes. Then, select the desired display mode from the list and click OK.
NoteIf your monitor display becomes unreadable after selecting a display mode, recover by doing one of the following:
  • Press the Esc key shortly after selecting the new display mode to undo the selection. Windows gives you about 15 seconds to decide on keeping the new monitor settings or reverting to the original settings.
  • Power down the computer. Connect a different monitor or television and reboot.
  • Power down the computer. Power on the computer and boot into Windows* Safe Mode by pressing F8 as Windows starts. Uninstall the Intel® Graphics Driver by removing the driver via Windows Add/Remove Programs control panel. Or, select the Windows Device Manager under the Display adapters section, reboot the computer and let Windows start normally. Then, reinstall the Intel® Graphics Driver.
  • If you are having trouble using the native resolution of a digital flat panel display (1920x1080, 1680x1050, and 1440x900)
    Use the Intel released driver for the integrated graphics controller to specifically address this issue. Get this driver.

If these suggestions do not resolve the issue, contact your computer manufacturer for more information and further assistance. You can also contact the Intel Graphics Community, or Intel support.

What is the native resolution or optimal resolution for my display?

Check the user manual or technical documents for your display or contact the manufacturer for this information.

Can I get a list of resolutions that my Intel graphics support?

Check with your computer and display manufacturers to find out the supported resolutions for the computer and display.

If you are using multiple displays in clone or duplicate mode, you can only select a resolution that all displays support.

Can I use a different resolution on each display while in clone mode?

No. In clone mode, the displays can only be set to the same resolution. Consider using extended desktop mode instead, if different resolutions are needed on each display.

Can I use a different resolution on each display while in extended desktop mode?

Yes. In extended desktop mode, each display can be set to different resolutions.

How do I make my text bigger or smaller?

Windows* has a setting that allows you to make text bigger or smaller.

Microsoft’s instructions for Windows 8*
Microsoft’s instructions for Windows 7*
Microsoft’s instructions for Windows Vista*

If you are using Windows XP*:

  1. Right-click the desktop, and select Properties.
  2. Select the Settings tab, and click Advanced.
  3. Click the DPI setting drop-down, select a greater DPI number, or input a custom number.
  4. Click OK.

Microsoft provides more information* on how to magnify items on your computer screen.

I cannot select a resolution larger than 800x600 or 1024x768. How do I fix this issue?

Your system is likely in Clone mode. In Clone mode, the resolution is set to the largest resolution that all displays support. To select a separate resolution for each monitor, you must switch to Extended Desktop mode:

Right-click on the Desktop and select Graphics Properties. Click Display, select Multiple Displays. Select Extended Desktop mode and click apply. You can now select the largest resolutions for each monitor.

My game or program needs a different resolution. How do I change the resolution?

If your games or software programs do not have a setting that allows you to change the resolution, see How do I change my display resolution?

The Windows* desktop is smaller than my display screen. How do I fix this issue?

Try changing the Intel® Graphics Driver's scaling option. Press Ctrl Alt F12 keys to open the driver's control panel. If using Windows 8*, switch to the desktop first before pressing the Ctrl Alt F12 keys.

For the latest Intel® Graphics Drivers, navigate to the Display section and choose either Maintain Display Scaling or Customize Aspect Ratio.

For slightly older Intel® Graphics Drivers, select Scaling drop down arrow, click Scale Full Screen, and click OK.

For even older Intel® Graphics Drivers, click Display Settings > Aspect Ratio Options, select the option you want and click OK.

Text, windows, and graphics are too large. How do I fix this?

Windows can be configured to magnify or reduce text or other screen items. See How do I make the text bigger or smaller?, and then try to undo the steps.

If your computer is set to a lower display resolution, it stretches your desktop on a large display. Try selecting a larger resolution. See How do I change my display resolution?

If you cannot select a larger resolution and you are certain that your display supports a larger resolution, the system could be in clone or duplicate mode. Try setting to single display mode. For steps, see "I cannot select a resolution larger than 800x600 or 1024x768. How to fix this?" on this page.

The upper part of my display is repeating below the Windows taskbar. How do I fix this?

Use the latest driver from your computer manufacturer that was validated for your computer model. Some computers may need to use the customized driver from the computer manufacturer to resolve this issue.

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How to Open the Intel Graphics Properties window
Intel® Driver Update Utility
Graphics Memory frequently asked questions
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Intel® HD Graphics 4000/2500 Reference Guide
Intel® Iris™ and HD Graphics Reference Guide

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